Zurich suicide highlights executive stress

Spotlight on Swiss business culture after spate of deaths

HSBC boss tops investors’ choice for removal

Shareholder survey finds Stuart Gulliver ‘most in need’ of replacement

Former Zurich Insurance chief commits suicide

Senn stepped down in December after failed RSA bid

Life insurers save £6bn after fee changes

Annual expenses cut in half across industry

Chile salmon farms hit by insurance costs

Toxic algae bloom expected to drive premiums by up to 60%

Axa shakes up management team

Buberl rejigs team as he prepares to head the French insurer

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L&G chief hits out at executive pay

Nigel Wilson says packages are ‘opaque and difficult to follow’

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Prudential Financial profits goal at risk

Low interest rates hit insurers’ investment portfolio returns

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Navigating the pensions labyrinth

Is it any wonder that savers are confused?

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Lloyd’s of London: Future risks

With profits dented and clients seeking lower costs, can the famous insurance market adapt?

Old Mutual nears deal to sell US business

Board ‘endorses’ deal with New York-listed AMG as part of South African group’s retrenchment

UK commercial property lending rises 19%

Insurers and private equity groups push levels to post-2008 high

Tata asked to pay power bills in advance

Steelmaker in talks with Npower after insurance is withdrawn

Axa to ditch €1.7bn tobacco investments

Move is timely boost to antismoking campaigners

Insurers push for cyber attack database

Head of trade body says companies should be made to record details

China reopens securitised bad-debt market

Eight-year hiatus ends amid push to improve bank balance sheets

Driverless cars pass insurance roadblock

Plan to extend cover to accidents where the car is at fault

Standard Life comes under fire over pay

Remuneration report rejected by 22% of investor votes

Carney backs developing world insurance

Finance leaders aim to help countries cope with natural disasters

Reinsurers turn to blockchain technology

Distributed ledger of claims details will help divide costs

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